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Ahead of next week’s A Level results, new data has revealed the number of 14 to 19 year olds starting higher level vocational training has more than doubled in the past year.
The figures from City & Guilds show that… Continue reading
Free, practical advice to help attract under-represented groups into apprenticeships in science, engineering and technology is now available to employers.
The resource has been created by the organisation working towards gender equality in science, engineering and technology, UKRC-WISE, who were… Continue reading
The government is putting more money towards the adult skills budget for a new ‘Freedom and Flexibilities’ scheme, which provides funding opportunities for course programmes, predominantly hairdressing, to those who are currently out of employment.
In colleges we regularly have to make decisions. Sometimes these decisions are small easy decisions; then there are the more important decisions that affect the lives of our staff and students and, often, we make decisions where the impact can… Continue reading
Following the publication of the 2010/11 Education and Training National Success Rates Tables (NSRT) on 24 May, we have today published revised tables that correct an error in unknown levels mainly in the ‘Other’ qualification category. Further details on this… Continue reading
Twenty-five jobs will be created alongside 70 new apprenticeships in a major economic boost for the region.
Saxon Quality Foods in Scunthorpe will be handed £112,000 to help create the 25 production and management roles, while Humberside Engineering Training Association… Continue reading
A CANDIDATE in the race to become Derbyshire’s first Police and Crime Commissioner has praised the Police Authority for creating 12 apprenticeships with Derbyshire Police.
Labour candidate Alan Charles, a member of the Police Authority, said it was a ‘vote… Continue reading